The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 38, July 1934 - April, 1935 Page: 58
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private matters, wrote also to J. de Cordova about the Estate of
Conrad Eigenauer, wrote to Gel Cazenau about the land on the
Carrizo Creek, offering him a thousand dollars for the land, in-
closed the letter to Trow Ward, and John Carrollan of San An-
tonio to [be] forwarded to him as soon as possible. paid C.
Chevallier $7.75 for paint and oil- and to Davis the Carpenter
$9.50 for painting; Eastern & western mails arrived, a letter from
C. Newman New Orleans inquiring about a Mr Greenwood, who
owes him a large amount of monay, also a letter from that Thief
Sunday June 1st 1851' very hot & dry weather, a lazy day-
spend the day reading
Monday the 2d hot & rain wanting very much, this is the 23d
aniversary of my marriage, all sun shine yet, few dark clouds
have abscured our matrimonial Hemisphere all our childern are
now here, god knows how long we may be permitted to remain
together in peace,
Our District Court commenced its session to day, not many
cases will be disposed of, as it is doubted whether Judge Clark is
a Constitutional Judge, or not, wrote to David Ayres in answer to
his letter of the day before yesterday, the lodge met this Evening,
and afterwards had a preliminary meeting of the Royal arch
masons, for the purpose of forming a Chapter, was appointed a
committee of one to procure all things required for the chapter,
answered C. Newman's letter
Tuesday the 3d very warm day- Court adjourned untill next
Monday purchased all the articles required for vails of the Chap-
ter, and other paraphernalea, omitted yesterday to mention on
my diary that I gave O. L. Holmes a draft on David Mucleroy
for $25. for fees due him as probate clerk-
Wednesday the 4th wether still the same, garden in an awfull
fix, wrote to adjutant Gel requesting him to inform me what land
or monay due to Leonard Tomlinson for military Services up to
18 June 36. wrote to James B. Shaw, & Jno. M. Swisher as
Comptroller and Auditor of the State, inclosing Jno F. Graham's
Discharge as Quarter master & Commissary in 1840 of mine &
Barcley's company, send also Reuben Webb's Joel Walker's and
and [sic] Spen[c]er Adams's Discharges, to get audited and cer-
Thursday the 5th Hot & dry, made a Deed to gel Rusk for 640
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